Sunrise balloon flight in Temecula #americanisland
Historic Route 1, Maine is one of the most idyllic drives in the East Coast. Acadia National Park is a main draw (there's no better way to stretch your legs than with the hike up to Ship Harbor Trail), but you'll also want to break for the Farnsworth Art Museum, where you can see notable works by Andrew Wyeth. For lunch, we recommend you detour to the waterside Five Islands Lobster for the legendary lobster roll with housemade cilantro mayonnaise.
Lafitte helped General Andrew Jackson defend New Orleans against the British in 1815. The Lafittes then became spies for the Spanish and moved to Galveston Island, which they called Campeche, where they developed the colony. Lafitte continued pirating around Central American ports until he died trying to capture Spanish vessels sometime around 1823. Speculation about his life and death continues among historians.
The Lady in Black In the waters of Boston Harbor stands Georges Island. This tiny patch of land is home to Fort Warren long time protector of Boston since 1850. It is no longer an active military installation but legends of the past still linger. During the dark days of the American Civil War a certain Confederate Army Lieutenant Andrew Lanier was captured at Roanoke Island and sent to Fort Warren to wait out the remaining days of the conflict. However he got word to his wife that he was…
Tropical Places to Go Where You Don't Need a US Passport | Pictured: National Park of American Samoa by Andrew Riha
How Andrew Carnegie Turned His Fortune Into A Library Legacy. "The mission was born in Allegheny City, Pa., where Carnegie worked as a bobbin boy in a textile mill — his job was to fill the bobbins with thread and oil them for the machines. He was determined to improve his lot, but he couldn't pay the $2 subscription for a local library"